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Old 07-26-2016, 12:48 PM   #1
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Question Where to hang bath towels in 31UL?

So where do you all hang your wet bath towels? I hate having them hang over the shower door, thus hanging into the hall. This past weekend I put up a couple of command hangers inside the shower stall. Hung them on the plastic shower enclosure and thought "aha" I have solved my problem. Nope...next morning the stall was actually pulling away from the backboard. Guess the weight of the wet towels is too much. Am I safe to put the command strips and hangers above the plastic stall? Will that work or what do you all do? Thanks!!

Love the new Precept, but it is back in the shop after only two trips. Hoping repairs are quick and painless (kitchen slide not going in flush on one corner, awning came out of the track and is hanging down on one end, jack light staying on even though jacks are all up, and more more more).
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Old 07-26-2016, 01:17 PM   #2
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We put the large/heavy duty command hangers right on the bathroom door. So far, so good.
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Old 07-26-2016, 02:24 PM   #3
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My shower sits in the corner and I bought a shower rod and cut it to size. I installed the shower rod ends (like in your home) and it works perfect. It hangs the towels in the shower stall itself so it drips into the shower pan. The only downfall is if there's a wet towel in there already, you have to sit it somewhere until you get out of the shower. We tried an adjustable tension rod but it didn't have enough 'mmmfffff' to hold wet towels. So far, the shower rod idea is working pretty well.
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We have 2 towel hangers that came standard on the bathroom wall which we use. Also, the standard towel rod in the show is there for that reason. Do you not have either these?

In addition, we bought a 3 rod over-the-door hanger and have it on the bathroom door. The towels sit on this so when showering, the towel is right outside the shower stall door and when wet, they hang on this with the door back in the closed position.
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We bought a folding towel rack at IKEA that folds flat against the wall when not in use. Unfortunately it does not appear on there web page any more.
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We had the same problem with the jack lights and found that they did not put enough Hydraulic fluid in the reservoir. Add a few ounces at a time with the jacks retracted not when down.
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We had the same problem with the jack lights and found that they did not put enough Hydraulic fluid in the reservoir. Add a few ounces at a time with the jacks retracted not when down.
Whatever you are smoking, please share!
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We have 2 towel hangers that came standard on the bathroom wall which we use. Also, the standard towel rod in the show is there for that reason. Do you not have either these?

In addition, we bought a 3 rod over-the-door hanger and have it on the bathroom door. The towels sit on this so when showering, the towel is right outside the shower stall door and when wet, they hang on this with the door back in the closed position.
We have two towel hangers near the sink inside the bathroom...using one for hand towel for drying hands. Other is located only about one foot above the hand towel ring and is useless. We do not have a towel rod inside the shower, unless you count what is on the door that will only hold a washcloth.

Our bathroom door seems to have no clearance at the top to accommodate an over the door hanger.
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We had the same problem with the jack lights and found that they did not put enough Hydraulic fluid in the reservoir. Add a few ounces at a time with the jacks retracted not when down.
Thanks for the response. Unit is currently at the dealer's and hoping they figure it out.
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